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Divided Supreme Court opens new term that could bring historic shift

An evenly divided Supreme Court opens a new term this week with a few dozen mostly low-profile cases. But perhaps the biggest question of the year won’t even be settled by the justices. Instead, voters this November will effectively decide the court’s ideological bent for the next four years and...
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